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Riverkings 2018-2019 Season

Riverkings sign two veteran forwards from west coast.

The Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings welcome USPHL Premier Vet., Bailey Dorf and Jered Stevenson to this years roster.
Bailey played last season for the Wisconsin Muskies and hails from Portland Oregon. Coach Quarters said: Bailey will bring speed and skill, and added grit and leadership because of his three years of junior hockey experience. Bailey has played in our building and understands our culture which motivated him to want to be part of a winning program. He will bring a love of the game, passion and desire to the rink that goes hand in hand with our team goals.

Jered played in the EHL U18/Elite for the New Hampshire Monarchs last year and had over 50 pts in 40+ games. He is a forward from original Riverkings Brooks Hatfieldhometown of Tracy California.
Coach Quarters said: Jered is lighting quick and offensive. He will help with our team goal of playing fast and attacking style. Jered had a great productive season last year and we look for him to continue to produce offensively and bring excitement South Wood County Recreation Center this coming season.

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2 more new Riverkings players were signed from Texas

The Riverkings sign two players from the Dallas Blackhawks U16 AAA team. Both players played for RK’s scout Shaun Falzone and will add youth as the Riverkings look to reload for continued success in the USPHL Premier.
The new Riverkings are highlighted by smooth skating defenseman Jordan Stear from Frisco TX. Jordan will add speed and skill to the king of the river backend. Coach Quarters said: “Jordan has the skill, skating ability, vision and passing skills to step in as a rookie and contribute to our lineup from day one. Not only is Jordan a top prospect, but it is his character and work ethic that made his signing a perfect fit”.

Also coming to the Riverkings from Dallas is young power-forward Justin Trevino. The San Antonio native will be joining the Riverkings and attending Lincoln HS with Jordan this fall. Coach Quarters said: “Justin is a big strong 6’1” 210 forward who has size, heavy shot, and a determination that fits our culture. Our staff looks for Justin to develop into a powerful wing that resembles current RK (and last years most improved player) Richy Young”.

Both player bring a mind-set that will thrive in our structured environment.

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Riverkings sign their first Australian player

The Riverkings announce the signing of 98 forward Gabriel Devereux-Smith from Floreat Australia becoming the first ever Riverking from down under. Gabe is very dedicated and hard working player with a dream to play NCAA hockey in USA. Gabe will bring a work ethic that fits the Riverkings culture based on hard work and community involvement. The 20year old rightwing from Western Australia adds leadership and the ability to play an uptempo style with a won’t be denied attitude.

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Riverkings sign top Alaskan Prospect

The Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings are proud to announce the signing of Alaskan native Tanner Dey. Coach Quarters said: “Tanner was a player we identified early into our recruiting process because of his skill, ice vision and pass first ability, size, and his hard shot inside the dots. We also felt Tanner's strong character and desire to work hard to achieve his goals fits the Riverkings culture and will be a welcome addition on the ice and in our community”.

Tanner played for the Wenatchee Wild U18 last season and was third in points and second in assists. This is the same organization that produced top returning defenseman Raymond Fleming. Tanner is a top student and will be interning for his state Legislature in DC this summer before arriving Rapids when players report at the end of August.


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2018/19 Tryouts, Leafs Centre, West Dundee, IL. on June 29 & 30 for goalies, and June 30 and July 1 for players.


Friday 6.29 (Goalies w/ Craig Anderson, Ottawa (NHL):


   Registration        5:30pm-   7:00pm    Goalies Only


   Goalies (on ice)  8:30pm- 10:30pm    Goalies


Saturday 6.30: (Players & Goalies)


    Registration       8:15am-   9:15am   Players 


    On Ice (All)        9:30am- 11:00am   Team 1 vs Team 2

                            11:00am- 12:30pm   Team 3 vs Team 4


    On Ice (All)       2:30pm- 4:00pm    Team 1 vs Team 4

                             4:00pm- 5:30pm    Team 2 vs Team 3



Cost: Only $59.00 to tryout for 5 Tier III teams and be seen by 3 Tier II or NCDC teams
Please Register in the tryout section above or in the 
Tryout page (tab). Hotel and details are in the Tryout tab for you to read. 
2017-18 Tryouts will be held at the Leafs Centre in West Dundee, IL. on June 29, 30 and July 1.





Riverkings GM/Head Coach Martin Quarters announces the signing of Jordan Enselmoz

Riverkings GM/Head Coach Martin Quarters is proud to announce the signing of Jordan Enselmoz '98 F France. Jordan is a skilled forward who plays with speed and has good size. Jordan played at Brighton Academy last year and looks to develop as a Riverking before taking his game to a NCAA hockey program.

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Building hockey up and down the river.

Riverkings 2018-19 Hockey

USPHL Expansion

NA3HL Champion Metro Jets along with 5 other NA3 teams are joining the USPHL

2017-2018 Season

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    Riverkings to Bellringers

    Over the past few weeks the Wisconsin Rapids Riverkings Jr. A hockey club has been giving back to the Rapids community not only with their annual "Toy for Tots" home game that provided needy families and kids with Christmas gifts, but also volunteering their free time and becoming Salvation Army Bell Ringers for the holiday season. 

      Riverkings players and staff each volunteered and could be spotted around the Rapids community in places like Walmart, Shopko, and Walgreens. The Salvation Army red kettle campaign raises give or take about $30 per hour per each location which is enough to provide a family with groceries or shelter for the night.

      The Riverkings are all about giving back to a community that has supported them over the past few seasons. Without the support of the community, the Riverkings would not be where they are now, so any chance the team has to give back, the coaching staff makes sure that the boys do. GM/Head Coach Marty Quarters stated “the culture of the Riverkings is to give more then you receive and the holiday season is the time of year to volunteer and help those less fortunate”.


    Images from the Nekoosa Parade, 2017


    Road to the Heritage Classic Part 1

    Road to the Heritage Classic Part 2




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